Vancouver GuideVancouver is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada, and third largest in Canada, with a population of 2.6 million. Located at the southwestern corner of the coastal province of British Columbia, it is well known for its majestic natural beauty, as it is nestled between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. HotelsFind hotels in Vancouver, North Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby and more, including L'Hermitage Hotel, Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Fairmont Pacific Rim, Loden Hotel Vancouver, Times Square Suites Hotel, Wedgewood Hotel and Spa and St. Regis Hotel. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Vancouver including BC Place, Central Library, Granville Island Public Market, Harbour Centre, JAPADOG, Vancouver Public Library and Steam Clock T Shirt & Souvenirs Ltd. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Vancouver including JAPADOG, Burrard Bridge Marine Bar & Grill, The Boathouse Restaurant, Bridges Restaurant, Save On Meats, Bentall Centre and A&W Restaurant Waterfront Station.
Popular in VancouverCity CentreThe City Centre is the heart of Vancouver's downtown and contain the city's Financial District, the Granville Entertainment district, and many of its hotels, clubs and historical buildings. Kitsilano-Granville IslandKitsilano, South Granville and Granville Island form most of the northern part of the Vancouver west side. West EndThe West End of Vancouver is one of the most popular places to hang out in the city.
In VancouverKitsilanoKitsilano is the northern part of the Vancouver west side. In the 1960s it was a neighbourhood where hippies "tuned in and dropped out" but today it has some of Vancouver's most expensive properties. Gastown-ChinatownGastown-Chinatown is in the east end of downtown Vancouver between the City Centre and East Van. UBC-Point GreyUBC-Point Grey is a district in the westside of Vancouver occupying a pretty spot at the tip of the Point Grey peninsula. Commercial Dr-Hastings ParkCommercial Drive-Hastings Park makes up part of "East Vancouver". It's main draw is Commercial Drive, which is one of the most interesting areas of Vancouver in terms of ethnic and culinary diversity. SouthVancouver South covers the southern portion of Vancouver. It is mostly residential and has some of city's older and more prestigious neighbourhoods. Mt Pleasant-South MainMount Pleasant-South Main is a district of Vancouver south of 6th Ave. It has long been a mixed residential, commercial and industrial area. Yaletown-False CreekYaletown-False Creek encompasses the established neighbourhood of Yaletown and the still developing area of Southeast False Creek.
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